|having little regard for the feelings of others, unkind; thoughtless, heedless; rash, without regard for others||inconsiderate|
|(Pathology) viral disease in adults which is characterized by a painful skin rash (caused by the same virus which causes chicken pox), herpes zoster, viral skin disease||shingles|
|abnormally preoccupied with something; haunted by feelings of anxiety; excessively focused on, crazy about||obsessed|
|absence of reason, belief in feelings||irrationalism|
|absent-minded, causing forgetfulness, neglectful, tending to forget; careless, thoughtless||forgetful|
|accumulate and store something valuable, jewels and precious objects as wealth, put away for future use, hoard; cherish, prize, value greatly, regard somebody or something as valuable, somebody highly valued, stored up wealth, hoard of riches, cache; s...||treasure|
|act of being endeared, affection, fondness; esteem, regard, expression of affection||endearment|
|act of frustrating; condition of being frustrated; aggravation, something which causes feelings of frustration; disappointment, anxiety and depression, dissatisfaction, frustrating of somebody or something, something that thwarts||frustration|
|act of looking at something, consider something, inspect something, observe something, opinion, perspective, pictorial representation, range of vision, scene, see; observe; regard, survey, think of somebody or something, vista, scenery, sight; opinion,...||view|
|act of making or becoming numb; anesthetization; loss of sense of touch and feeling, causing numbness, deadening feelings or thoughts||numbing|
|act of pouring out, flow of gas through a small aperture, movement of body fluids, outpouring, outflow, something poured out, unrestrained outpouring of feelings||effusion|
|act of smoothing, act of smoothing; part or place that is free from irregularities and roughness, even out roughness, frictionless, hairless, insincerely convincing, lessen bad feelings, level, not rough, flat; free from obstacles, unhindered; calm, se...||smooth|
|act of suppressing, repression; stoppage, avoidance of thoughts and feelings, cessation of bodily function, developmental failure, diminishing of oscillation, forceful prevention, removal of symptoms, reversal of mutation, see also:immunosuppression, s...||suppression|
|act of vibrating; process of being vibrated; single oscillation; atmosphere intuitively sensed, feelings projected by someone (Slang), atmosphere of a place, feelings communicated subconsciously, instance of vibrating, process of vibrating, repetitive ...||vibration|
|act or instance of bursting forth suddenly; act or instance of breaking out (about a skin rash), emergence of tooth, outburst, rash or blemish on skin, violent release of material||eruption|
|acting too hastily, already arranged, coming before something, earlier, prior, preceding, antecedent; hasty, premature, rash (Slang)||previous|
|add a footnote, place a note that directs readers to another source of information (in a book, journal, etc.), applicability, comment, remark; ascription, relation; mention, allusion; regard; note that directs a reader to another source of information;...||reference|
|admiration, respect, high regard, regard as something, honor, admire, value, valuation, value highly||esteem|
|adventurous, loving adventures; daring, fearless; foolhardy, rash||adventuresome|
|affair that should involve somebody, be interesting or important to somebody, be on the subject of, business, caring feelings, interest; affect, involve; worry, involve somebody or get involved, make somebody worried, object, worry or something causing...||concern|
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